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Who's Gonna Feed Them Hogs Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
G C D7 G I met him in a hospital about a year ago C G D7 And why I still remember him I guess I'll never know G C D7 G He'd lie there and cry out in a medicated fog C D7 G Here I am in this dang bed and who's gonna feed them hogs
C G D7 G Four hundred hogs they're just standing out there C G D7 My wife can't feed 'em and my neighbors don't care G C D7 G They can't get out and roam around like my old hunting dogs C D7 G Here I am in this dang bed and who's gonna feed them hogs
C D7 G His face was lean and his hands were rough C G D7 His way was hogs and his nature was tough G C D7 G His doctors tried to tell him that he may not live at all C D7 G But all he ever talked about was who's gonna feed them hogs
C D7 G Four hundred hogs comes to eight hundred hams C G D7 And that's a lotta money for a hog raising man G C D7 G Four hundred hogs comes to sixteen hundred feet C D7 G The market's up and there are people a waiting on that meat
C D7 G Well the doctors say they do not know what saved the man from death C G D7 But in a few days he put on his overalls and he left G C D7 G That's all there is to this small song but waitress 'fore you leave C D7 G Would you bring me some coffee and a hot ham sandwich please
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